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I’m back with another L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Lipstick and this time with a pretty coral shade which is rightly named ‘Dating Coral‘ I’m a huge fan of sheer lipsticks hence I ended up picking up 3 of these.
Related Posts L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Lipstick Swatches L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Rose Mademoiselle Lipstick Review L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Aphrodite Scarlet Lipstick Review The Rouge Caresse lipstick has a flutter of kissable, soft, colour.
Emma showed us her pair last week and I've had a couple of them to try as well. Semi-sheer, semi-glossy and semi-staying put for an hour or two, they deliver pretty much the same experience, except for €11.99.
They're lovely alright - and there's no doubt they have L'Oreal Paris' ass kicked into a cocked hat packaging-wise - but I'm not convinced if you can find a matching shade in the Rouge Caresse range that you should shell out for an Addict. And that's a bit of a saving on €31 for the ones Kate Moss is endorsing, eh?
I’d rather buy a Maybelline Baby Lips Lip Balm which gives a much better color pay off and staying power than spend 500 bucks for a mediocre lipstick.
For the complexion, the collection features two shades of the new *Juicy Bright Cream Blush as well as the *Nude Illuminating Highlight Stick (reviewed/demonstrated HERE and also available at Harrods).
The *Juicy Bright Cream Blush comes in two gorgeous shades--the peachy #101 Sangozome and the caramel nude #102 Tsuyakogare.
It does not leave a stain behind so for 500 bucks I think I’d be better off with a tinted lip balm.
Pros 1) A gorgeous nude coral which will look great with heavy eye makeup 2) Creamy texture which does not tug or pull 3) Does not settle into fine lines and is moisturising 4) A perfect everyday wear shade 5) A pretty and travel friendly packaging 6) Comes in a good variety of shades HBM Recommendation: L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Dating Coral is light coral lip color which looks extremely good with heavy eye makeup.